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one? >>> lance armstrong after a decade of denial is heading to oprah's couch to confess to doping. but does she still have the cultural clout to save him? >>> in other sports news, brent musburger spending too much time did the networ need to apologize? >>> plus, jimmy kimmel plunging into the late night wars against leno and letterman. >> used to be on at midnight and now we're on at 11:35. now closer to co-hosting "the view." i'm howard kurtz and this is "reliable sources." >>> the television cameras were invited to the office building as vice president biden held his first meetings on the gun issue. >> every once in a while, something that awakens the conscious of the country and that tragic event did in a way like nothing i've seen in my career. >> but a few words uttered by the vp that the president might consider changing some policies by executive order sparked an explosion in the conservative media. >> what you're experiencing here is an out of control, an arrogant, an unconstitutional power grip. >> embarked on a ferocious anti-gun campaign. you better support gun control
with sports now and scandals. in a two-part interviewer, lance armstrong opened up to oprah winfrey in a stunning and frank discussion about his years of doping while he was a member of the u.s. postal service cycling team. when asked why he decided to come clean after a decade of denials, he told oprah he did it for his 13-year-old son. >> when this all really started, i saw my son defending me and saying, "that's not true, what you're saying about my dad is not true." and it almost guess to the question of why now. he can't -- yeah. that's when i knew i had to tell him. >> a more defiant armstrong came through when he talked about his lifetime ban and his desire to return to racing. >> do i want to compete again? >> uh-huh. >> the answer's hell yes. i'm a competitor. it's what i've done my whole life. i love to train. i love to race, i love it tow the line. if i was -- and i don't expect it to happen. >> and of course twitter has been on fire all week with reactions to armstrong's confession. david walsh, the journalist who actually first raised questions about lance armstrong bac
into the hall of fame anymore because they used performance enhancing drugs. we've got the lance armstrong, quote, confession, non-confession. people now, remember, the chicago black sox say it ain't so. is this a reflection of society that maybe people he aren't as honest as they used to be when we look up to a lot of these athletes? >> i think absolutely because when you are dishonest there isn't a lot of ramifications from it. my wife says track and attack and we watch different tv stations, and i came down and he she was watching happy days and i said what are you doing. how great when we were young and people dealt with other people and now our grandchildren and everybody else deals with computer and internet and all of these other things. i think you go back to what happened in society f we follow three simple rules, do the right thing, do the best you can, show people you care. there used to be a great deal of emphasis put on doing the right thing. pressure not from your family, but everybody else, that's the way our country lived. he they talk about gun laws, i tell you what, just
. bill: who can you believe these days? lance armstrong will reveal everything to oprah or will he tonight? wow! there is new fallout from budget uncertainty in washington. some private businesses that serve our troops and employ thousands being forced to cut their ranges. we'll -- ranks. we'll explain why. martha: new reaction to president obama's sweeping plan to overhaul gun laws. the nra is calling this, quote, the fight of the century. that group's president will be with us in "america's newsroom." that is coming up. some republican lawmakers are gearing up for the defense of the second amendment. >> there are several of the executive orders that appear as if he is writing new law. that can not happen. we struck down once, the court struck clinton down for trying this and i'm afraid that president obama may have this king complex sort of developing. we're going to make sure that it doesn't happen. this is $100,000. we asked total strangers to watch it for us. thank you so much. i appreciate it. i'll be right back. they didn't take a dime. how much in fees does your bank take t
stories. you mentioned lance armstrong is one hell of a happy guy today because he doesn't look like the biggest fool in sports. >> good point. >> thanks. >>> coming up next -- unravel -- >> seriously, how many imaginary girlfriends did he have? >> manti? >> no, vandehei. >> oh, jim. >> he claims to be married to a woman named autumn. we're not sure. >> do we have any proof? >> gorgeous. someone sent me a picture. >> someone document this for us. >> it seems kind of impossible. >> you notice they're never together. >>> we're going right to the source in our next segment to unravel this mystery aren't manti te'o. dave briggs is here from abc sports and tom scocca is the managing editor of deadspin. we'll comb through all this and get to the bottom of it when we come back. there is no mass-produced human. every signature is unique, and every fingerprint unrepeatable. at sleep number, we recognize the incredible diversity of human beings, and know that up there with your social security number and your phone number is another important number. your sleep number. so we created the extrao
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